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Miami offers some amazing places to visit and see for tourists aside from offering unforgettable sunsets, sand white beaches, and plenty of sunshine year round. If your thing is seeing the historical and charismatic Art Deco architecture, the prestigious Coconut Grove area with its world renowned European buildings, the diversified restaurants, museums, the many shopping districts, you are going to want to do plenty of homework to ensure you get the most out of your visit!
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Miami has so many attractions that visitors would like to see and experience that there just never seems to be enough time. For example, you can visit the Everglades or the take a boat ride to watch the sunset; you can spend time at the beaches, go snorkeling, or spend the entire day on Lincoln road shopping. You can spend an entire day just to enjoy a visit to Coral Gables, Little Havana, or the Everglades National Park. Unfortunately, driving to each of these locations can ofter be burdensome as well as cost prohibitive. The answer is as simple as clicking on your favorite Miami tour and getting picked up at your hotel.
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Open-top Double Decker tours are a great way to see Miami from a unique vantage point. Get a birds-eye-view of Miami's impressive skyline. The Miami landscape is one of architectural diversity and cultural divergence. From the warm pastel colors that radiate in Little Havana, to the modern skyscrapers that line the downtown district, there is plenty to see and feel. One of the best things about Miami bus tours is that they give you a practical and affordable overview of all that Miami offers, saving you precious time by allowing you get a true sense of the Miami scene, and what and where you might decide to come back and spend more time.
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The open top city tour will cover all of the most popular landmarks of Miami such as little Havana, South Beach. Besides, and provides scheduled stops at Miami's most prominent sightseeing destinations. Of course, these stops are the perfect will stop at a few places, enabling you to take a Cocowalk in the Coconut Grove area or perhaps have lunch at one of Bayside Market Place's many eateries. Seaquarium, or a boat ride to view the sunset. Another option is to take a city tour on the bus top in the morning and spend the afternoon and evenings at the beaches and entertainment district.